Super 8 Twin Falls
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Twin Falls
Great motel, nice staff, very hardworking cleaning ladies, the place is spotless! Room with fridge, micro, TV, phone, clean as a whistle. Bit of noise from the 'neighbors' upstairs, probably kids running around. Best motel so far on our trip.
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... I found a great Indian/Tibetan restaurant here in Grand Junction for dinner. It was totally amazing! I just wish we had it in Eugene.
So I'm off to Montrose tomorrow to pick up Joe is flying in from New York and then taking us both down to Ridgway, Colorado. That's where we will start our quest on Wednesday.
Love to all! ❤️❤️❤ ;️❤️
... a Huskey were also arriving, but being slow, I fit in after they all landed. The controller was giving wind updates as each plane was landing as the wind was swinging and gusting a lot. As I came in the wind subsided, thank goodness and was a quartering tailwind. I was happy to be on he ground.
Attached are pics from our hike in Townsend and the happy Rans after cleaning out the lead deposits.
... campsites setup just off the road along the entire way. Some would have a couple of campsites setup, others would be empty. They looked to be setup by the state, just space for 6 - 12 campsites and a restroom.
Where the road moved away from the rivers edge, you could see some small farms and ranches setup between the road and the river. The last 60 miles of US-93S were particularly scenic, as the river ...
... Paying $3 to get into the state
park was worth it for beautiful views. The little visitors kiosk
yielded a hat and a magnet or two plus some ice drinks as it was in
the 30's Celsius.
We stayed in Chubbock ID Walmart.
Kaitlin headed to bed and the rest of us sat on our bed and watched a
movie. Another mostly flat place for a free nights camp and even
though it was loud and bright, we all had a solid nights sleep.
After an evening of lighting and thunder we started out Monday with a call from the mechanic to fix the broken leaf spring on the trailer. $220 dollars later the job was finished. I'm so glad that it didn't happen out in the desert on the way to Twin Falls.
With the trailer fix so early in the morning we decided to go site seeing. First we went to the Visitors Center at Perrine Bridge over the Snake river. The walk ...